Salah clarifies his recent comments on Real Madrid
Salah on Real Madrid – “It felt to me that I said something wrong when I said I’d like us to meet them in the Champions League final”
Mohamed Salah, Liverpool’s striker says the club is enthusiastic about the chance to add the Premier League and Champions League championships to the two they already have, and that the team is hopeful heading into the season’s finale.
Liverpool has a chance to win a quadruple this season, but they must win the match against Wolves at Anfield and hope Manchester City loses against Aston Villa at home on Sunday if they are to take the Premier League title away from them.
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Salah told beIN Sports, “I want City to lose or draw so we can win the premier league title.” “As a team, we communicate with each other and are all excited.” This occurred two years ago, and they won the Premier League title. We’re all optimists, and now it’s up to us to win our game and then wait.”
Salah on Real Madrid
After winning the FA Cup and the League Cup, Liverpool will face 13-time European champions Real Madrid in the Champions League final in Paris next Saturday.
“It was as if I said something horrible about Real Madrid when I said I wanted us to meet them…,” Salah continued. “I’m talking about the best team in Champions League history, and I’m saying this because of what happened previously.” The game will be difficult, as this team has defeated nearly every significant opponent. But I’m looking forward to the final and hoping we can win.”
After Sadio Mane equalized for Liverpool, Real Madrid won the 2018 Champions League Final 3-1 in Kyiv thanks to goals from Karim Benzema and a brace from Gareth Bale.